As Russia seeks a revival, it has been busy rebuilding its social media and its social networks.
It has also sought to expand its power base through the construction of several new media companies.
The most important one in this regard is Pligg, a Russian-owned social network that has become the main conduit for information and discussion in Russia.
Its Facebook and Twitter accounts have been the main channels for information in Russia since 2015, but as a result of sanctions imposed on Russia by the United States, Pligg was forced to shut down its operations in Russia in January 2018.
In February 2018, the Kremlin announced the formation of Pligg in the United Kingdom and France.
Pligg’s social network has around 6 million followers and is valued at $20 billion.
Pligg is owned by Russian state-owned media company Gazprom, which has been accused of spreading propaganda in 2016 during the presidential election.
In March 2018, Russian media reported that a member of Plig’s executive committee was found to have been involved in a fraud scheme involving the purchase of a luxury yacht.
The company had to take immediate steps to prevent its founder from operating its social network again, including removing his Facebook account and halting the purchase.
The company also said it would launch an investigation into whether any of the accounts had been compromised by hackers.
Plig has also faced accusations of spreading fake news.
Russian media reports in April 2018 said that Russian intelligence agencies had been trying to use Pligg to sow discord and dissent in the country.
Pligoin, a new social media platform that launched in April, is owned and operated by the state-run Sputnik news agency.
Its official name is Russia’s Information Network and Information Center, but the company has also been called Pligg or Pligoin by journalists and commentators.
It has an estimated 1.4 million Facebook fans and 2 million Twitter followers.
The two social networks have a user base of about 50 million people.
It is the largest and most influential Russian social media network, and has been used by millions of people to discuss the conflict in Ukraine, as well as to discuss Russia’s efforts to restore its military strength in the region.
Its main focus is on breaking down ethnic and sectarian divides in the Russian-speaking world.
In May 2018, it launched Pligoins most ambitious project yet, the Pligois Global Initiative, an initiative that would help promote peace and stability in Russia and abroad.
The program, which is being developed by a team of Pligoists including Russian Ambassador to the United Nations Sergey Grigoriev, aims to build a “peaceful global community” through Pligo, according to the organization.
The project, which the organization says is intended to promote the rule of law and democracy in Russia, would include efforts to address issues such as the conflict with the North Caucasus, the conflict between Russia and Georgia, the human rights situation in Ukraine and other issues.
In September 2018, Pligo also launched Plig for Russia, a platform that allows its users to post comments, photos and videos of events in Russia from different parts of the world.
The platform has 1.8 million members and about 500 million followers, according the website.
Pligor has received many accolades in Russia for its work.
In 2018, a member in the Kremlin congratulated Pligo for the creation of the first international conference on the conflict and peace in the North East of Russia.
The Russian ambassador to the European Union, Vladimir Puchkov, also congratulated Plig on its achievement in promoting peace and understanding in the world, the news outlet Interfax reported.
Plige’s work is being supervised by the Plig Institute for Strategic Studies, an organization that works to promote peace through the use of technology.